A leaky repeater access node (LRAN) includes a first directional antenna and a second directional antenna to transmit and receive signals in at least one first frequency band, and a third antenna to transmit and receive signals in a second frequency band. The LRAN also includes first analog components to split a first signal received by the first directional antenna into a first portion and a second portion. The first analog components amplify the first portion and provide the amplified first portion to the second directional antenna. The first analog components also convert the second portion to the second frequency band and provide the converted second portion to the third antenna.
* 2014/0105,100 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, LEO SATELLITE RELAYING COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN A GEO SATELLITE AND TERRESTRIAL STATIONS, THE UPLINKS AND DOWNLINKS USING THE SAME FREQUENCY BAND AND TIME-DIVISION MULTIPLEXING
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